Homophobe? You’re Probably Gay

  • metta

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    Apr 02, 2011 5:55 AM GMT
    Homophobe? You’re Probably Gay


    http://thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/homophobe-youre-probably-gay/bigotry-watch/2011/03/09/17918
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    Apr 02, 2011 5:59 AM GMT
    Remove the word "probably" and that's what I've been saying for years. icon_wink.gif
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    Apr 02, 2011 6:00 AM GMT
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    Apr 02, 2011 6:08 AM GMT
    Yep, the "thou doest protest too much" thing... I was guilty of that...
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    Apr 02, 2011 2:35 PM GMT
    You may have read my personal experience with this, but it warrants a brief repeat here
    In High School I had two guys who seemed hell bent on calling me "queer" and took every opportunity to put me down, one of them wrote a lengthy story made up about me having "queer" sex with an old neighbor man, I fought him and broke out some teeth and he nor the other guy ever bothered me again.
    I had gone to a school guidance counselor and I'll never forget his words. "often those who are the loudest accusers about someone being "queer", are themselves what they accuse another of being". At the time I was amazed by that, but didn't think any more about it.
    Life went on and I later learned that one of those guys died at age 36, and the other at age 42 of aids, having lived the "gay lifestyle" quite actively.
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    Apr 02, 2011 2:42 PM GMT
    realifedad said You may have read my personal experience with this, but it warrants a brief repeat here
    In High School I had two guys who seemed hell bent on calling me "queer" and took every opportunity to put me down, one of them wrote a lengthy story made up about me having "queer" sex with an old neighbor man, I fought him and broke out some teeth and he nor the other guy ever bothered me again.
    I had gone to a school guidance counselor and I'll never forget his words. "often those who are the loudest accusers about someone being "queer", are themselves what they accuse another of being". At the time I was amazed by that, but didn't think any more about it.
    Life went on and I later learned that one of those guys died at age 36, and the other at age 42 of aids, having lived the "gay lifestyle" quite actively.


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    Apr 02, 2011 4:49 PM GMT
    Not all hating-on of gays is homophobia (which really means fear). There's also bigotry, and bigots are not often closet cases. icon_wink.gif
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    Apr 02, 2011 4:59 PM GMT
    I've seen Karma working its wonders many a time !!!
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    Apr 02, 2011 5:37 PM GMT
    A lot of gay guys know this, but more should- homophobes are gay themselves.

    They out themselves when bash us, drop f-bombs, and all the "that's so gay" stuff... why does it matter so much to them? Nobody secure with their sexuality really cares. Becuase they can't come to terms with what they are and project their hate onto others who are out and represent.

    Being in a happy relationship also makes them angry because they "can't" have it so their fling their jealous nonsense at out couples (themselves) as if to say if I can't be happy- no one can.

    I've come to the conclusion that homophobia is a combo of fear, ignorance, desire and self preservation. Freud would have a field day with them.

    I kind of feel bad for them as their situation they put themselves in is kind of really.
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    Apr 02, 2011 5:45 PM GMT
    metta8 saidHomophobe? You’re Probably Gay


    http://thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/homophobe-youre-probably-gay/bigotry-watch/2011/03/09/17918


    "The lady doth protest too much, methinks." - Hamlet, Act III, scene II
  • mybud

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    Apr 02, 2011 5:49 PM GMT
    Honestly...who cares.... a homophobe's confusion...I rather spend my time fuckin my own...
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    Apr 02, 2011 6:00 PM GMT
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    realifedad said You may have read my personal experience with this, but it warrants a brief repeat here
    In High School I had two guys who seemed hell bent on calling me "queer" and took every opportunity to put me down, one of them wrote a lengthy story made up about me having "queer" sex with an old neighbor man, I fought him and broke out some teeth and he nor the other guy ever bothered me again.
    I had gone to a school guidance counselor and I'll never forget his words. "often those who are the loudest accusers about someone being "queer", are themselves what they accuse another of being". At the time I was amazed by that, but didn't think any more about it.
    Life went on and I later learned that one of those guys died at age 36, and the other at age 42 of aids, having lived the "gay lifestyle" quite actively.


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    Welll.... yeah... but that's not the type of Karma I would wish on someone.
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    Apr 02, 2011 6:04 PM GMT
    Tony Perkins is sort of a hottie, If he was gay I would love to make him do all sorts of dirty things.

    The other four not so much, they can keep 'em.
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    Apr 02, 2011 6:12 PM GMT
    implying some gay guys arent just really annoying.
    implying some gay guys dont put it out there that they are gay and let that define them.
    implying if someone finds that completely obnoxious that makes them gay, too.

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    Apr 02, 2011 6:16 PM GMT
    This is very true. At my gym, I asked this guy out who I thought was gay or at least bisexual very privately and respectfully and he went and told all of his friends what a faggot I was. This guy everyday for a year was stuck on me like a moth to light. Always staring at me, even in the mirrors, always following me around, always sweet. He would wear work out clothes that showed off his body. If I talked to another guy he would watch intently or if another guy was around he needed to make sure I saw him. So, that's when I wanted him to know I felt too. He exploded. I blame myself but I am getting past that. Since then the homophobia with him has escalated. Pictures of him if he looks effeminate are met with 'I look like a homo', if somebody calls him gay, which this guy always seems to do, is met with a defensive douchey comeback. You can tell in his pictures that he's very stiff and masculine as to not appear gay but in some pictures, when he's relaxed, he has the head tilt and appears kind of feminine.

    I saw him recently and talked to him about what I told him and he said he had no idea what I was talking about and that he was into women.

    I am convinced he is gay simply because of how he acted towards me and how he reacted towards me.
  • starboard5

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    Apr 02, 2011 6:17 PM GMT
    I don't completely buy this. Some times they are just jerks. And as far as that "change in penile circumference" thing goes: that's just aggression. Many males have the same physiologic responses to arousal and aggression. I once heard a director from a rape crisis center speak and she said that the busiest time at centers nation-wide was right after the Super Bowl.

    Not all homophobes are gay; some of them are just troglodytes.
  • Saffron69

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    Apr 02, 2011 6:30 PM GMT
    He who screams the loudest is often guilty. Homophobia is a process we all go through belive it or not... That period of self-loathing of who and What You are. Some guys r more destructive in this phase than the rest of us, n thats what really bites balls.

    Had this guy n high school who was forever ranting his hate n he even suspected me, although he was too afraid of me to say anything to my face... he always had a snide remark at the ready though. The irony with him is that whenever I was @ at a urinal pissing, he wud take a piss right next to me, the gay guy he hates so much, even when there was no one @ the other urinals. I cud always feel his eyes on my dick. I caught him looking a few time... D-Bag!!
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    Apr 02, 2011 6:37 PM GMT
    Definitely
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    Apr 02, 2011 6:54 PM GMT
    I've always thought this
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    Apr 02, 2011 8:18 PM GMT
    blackstrap saidimplying some gay guys arent just really annoying.
    implying some gay guys dont put it out there that they are gay and let that define them.
    implying if someone finds that completely obnoxious that makes them gay, too.

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    You need to get past the hate you feel towards gay men.
    Live and let live, man!
    I mean, after all - YOU'RE GAY TOO.
    Why the hate?
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    Apr 02, 2011 8:22 PM GMT
    The old adage is quite true. The sinner always protests loudly against the sins of others. We've seen this in too many TV Evangelists and their prostitutes now to doubt it.

    It's the same with criminals. Criminals always accuse others of what they themselves are guilty of. They conceive this takes attention away from themselves, making them safer in their guilt and safer to go on secretly committing crimes.

    But, the other aspect of this is, that which you resist, you become. This is not only true in a metaphorical sense, it's at least somewhat true in a physical sense.

    Resist the pavement as hard as you can. You'll have to be sand blasted off of it by the bio-hazard cleanup crew.

    A social-political example is, America resisted Marxism. And now, Marxism is what's taught in all American schools and is the modus operandi of the American Government, despite the fact that it violates the US Constitution and the principles of liberty and individual responsibility on which America was founded.

    There are also any number of other examples of this, should one care to examine it.
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    Apr 02, 2011 9:21 PM GMT
    Dunno if it's true but the idea is out there and it can be used to shut up obnoxious guys:

    "Dude, you spend more time talking about homos than most gay guys I know."

    "Do you spend a lot of time thinking about guys getting it on? Hey, just keep going, your thoughts are your own."

    And the Hamlet quote of course.
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    Apr 03, 2011 7:05 AM GMT
    rickrick91 said
    blackstrap saidimplying some gay guys arent just really annoying.
    implying some gay guys dont put it out there that they are gay and let that define them.
    implying if someone finds that completely obnoxious that makes them gay, too.

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    You need to get past the hate you feel towards gay men.
    Live and let live, man!
    I mean, after all - YOU'RE GAY TOO.
    Why the hate?


    wut. you cant just say everytime you dont like what someone says that its hateful.